Become a Student Ambassador!

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Program

Woodland Community College Student Ambassador Program is a leadership opportunity for students who are dedicated to serving and representing Woodland Community College. Student Ambassadors will serve as student representatives of the college to the campus and community.

Responsibilities

  • Lead campus tours for prospective and K-12 students
  • Staff student services information booths & campus events
  • Assist new and current students as needed

Why Join?

  • Earn money while working on-campus
  • $11+ per hour depending on experience / Up to 20 hours per week (may vary)
  • Develop leadership skills and experience
  • Improve public speaking, interpersonal and communication skills
  • Build resume, qualifications, and work experience

Eligibility/Application

  • Completed 1 year or beyond at Woodland Community College
  • Completed at least 6 units each semester
  • Currently enrolled in a minimum of 6 units at WCC
  • Minimum GPA of 2.5 and above / Be in Satisfactory Academic Progress
  • Bilingual in English & Spanish desirable but not required
  • New Application will be up soon, please check back.

Meet our WCC Student Ambassadors

Monica Villalobos

Hi! My name is Monica Villalobos and I am 20 years old. This is my fifth semester at WCC and I’m transferring next Fall. I’m majoring in Psychology and I plan to either transfer to UC Davis or Sacramento State. My career goal is to work in higher education because I enjoy working with students and helping them succeed in college. My favorite thing about WCC is that if you need help with anything, the staff is always there to help you. Outside of school, I enjoy spending time with family and friends, listening to music, and traveling.

Destiny Dominguez

Hello, my name is Destiny Dominguez, I am 20 years old and I have been attending Woodland Community College for six semesters now. I am majoring in Psychology and hope to transfer to UC Davis in the fall of next year. My career goal is to become a counselor because I wish to help people in their daily lives and their times of crisis. I love being a student at WCC because there are many opportunities here and the staff and faculty are both welcoming and encouraging to students. Outside of school, I enjoy drawing, listening to music, and taking naps.

 

Marcos Estrada

Hello, my name is Marcos Estrada, I am 30 years old and I have been attending Woodland Community College for 5 semesters now. I am majoring in Psychology and I hope to transfer to Sacramento State in Fall of 2019. My goal is to earn my masters in Psychology specializing in helping people with Mental Health issues and to open up a center for people who suffer from those issues and name the center after my brother. I love Woodland Community College because this school gives me something to strive for because of all the assistance and programs and faculty and staff. Outside of school I love to write poetry, studying Kung Fu and also watch movies and take naps.

Alejandra Alcantar

Hi, my name is Alejandra Alcantar. Most call me by my nickname, Nani, but you can call me either. I’m 19 years old and I’ve been at Woodland Community College for three semesters now. I plan on getting my Bachelor’s of Science in Human Development and hope to transfer to UC Davis or UC San Diego next fall. As of now, I’m interested in pursuing a career in chiropractic science, but my options are still open. I love WCC because it has introduced me to some of the most uplifting and passionate individuals. Outside of school, I love being outdoors and staying active.

Francis Heredia

Hello. My name is Francisca Heredia but most people know me as Francis. I am 19 years old and this is my third semester at Woodland Community College. My major is Criminal Justice, and I am planning to transfer to Sacramento State or Chico State. My career goal is to make it into the FBI to help improve the safety of our country. What I like about WCC is that it is a small campus with staff that is willing to help you in any way they can. There are a lot of resources and support offered that will help you succeed. Outside of school I spend a lot of time binge-watching shows on Netflix and going on little adventures with family and friends.

Interested in learning more about the Student Ambassador Program?
Visit the Eagle’s Perch room 809 and/or contact
Isabel Dueñas at (530)668-3691/iduenas@yccd.edu